All of Harry Jenkins’s work emerges from a narrative and in the case of the white project it was reinterpreting his parents wedding day. Looking through the photos he realized his dad featured in almost none - so Harry wanted something that both the bride and groom could wear. Movement was central to this piece, as it would ultimately walk down the aisle. The fringed woven pockets mimic the movement of the train that connects both legs. There’s an embroidered ‘holding hands lapel’ which adds to the idea of everything being connected.

The blazers silhouette emerged from studies of his parents hugging, and the trousers took shape from drapes of his mums wedding dress. The fringed woven pockets mimic the movement of the train that connects both legs. There’s an embroidered ‘holding hands lapel’ which adds to the idea of everything being connected. The blazers silhouette emerged from studies of his parents hugging, and the trousers took shape from drapes of the wedding dress.









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